Reigning Weasel of the Year Brandon Fogel knocked a batting-practice fastball out of the park earlier this month on Red Wednesday at the Red Lion in Lincoln Square to snatch the league lead from rival Jake Trotta. Fogel drew a Germany bordered by inexperienced players, and he teed off on them, posting the largest non-solo score in the club’s Sum of Squares era, a whopping 82.571. With only two scheduled dates remaining–August 9 at the Red Lion and the Weasel Pyle on September 2–this ballgame appears to be over.
Played July 12, Game No. 345 ended by time limit after the Fall 1906 turn in the following center counts:
Austria (Ali Adib): 5; 7.143 points.
England (Nicole Campbell): 3; 2.571 points.
France (Kevin Zhou): 1; 0.286 points.
Germany (Brandon Fogel: 17; 82.571 points.
Italy (Mick Johnson): 3; 2.571 points.
Russia (Gus Spelman): 1; 0.286 points.
Turkey (Ted McClelland): 4; 4.571 points.
The supply center chart is here. Players, what happened?